Under law, the media regulation authority, Ofcom, can nix the takeover if the purchasers are not deemed “fit and proper persons.”
nix a couple of soybean subsidies and we could have avoided war and just bought the damn country.
The Pollock-Krasner Authentication Board continued to nix Red, Black and Silver, until they disbanded in 1996.
After that, nix was permitted by the cop to leave and find someone to replace him.
After nearly three hours of abuse, Ogborn was forced by the man on the phone to perform oral sex on nix.
And, as a result of this, we learned of the nix film and arranged to obtain a copy of it.
Also am second in altitude, but nix on the altitude again, I'm pretty poor at it.
Well, ultimately Tedder took me and trained me—did it for nix—for what he hoped to get out of me in the future.
I wanted the old gent to start me up in it, but he said, 'nix come arouse.'
nix, said the Nebraskan, I want lobster la Milkburgh, and dont forget the pickles.
"cancel, refuse, forbid," 1903, from nix (n.). Related: Nixed; nixing.
No: I asked her for one and she said nix (1909+)
To veto; reject: had been considering marriage but have apparently nixed the idea/ and he was afraid that might nix his CBS deal (1903+)
[fr German nichts, ''nothing'']